2012–13 First Women's Basketball League of Serbia

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2012–13 First Women's Basketball League of Serbia
League First League of Serbia
Sport Basketball
Duration 6 October 2012 – 6 April 2013
Number of games 125
Number of teams 16
2012–13
Season champions Partizan Galenika (7th title)
Season MVP Serbia Tamara Radočaj
Serbian First League seasons

The 2012–13 First Women's Basketball League of Serbia is the 7th season of the First Women's Basketball League of Serbia, the highest professional basketball league in Serbia. It is also 69th national championship played by Serbian clubs inclusive of nation's previous incarnations as Yugoslavia and Serbia & Montenegro.

The first half of the season consists of 11 teams and 110-game regular season (20 games for each of the 11 teams) began on 6 October 2012 and will end on 17 February 2013. The second part of the season consists of two parts, the Play Off and Play Out.

In the Play Off playing eight teams, 5 from Adriatic League and 3 from First Women's Basketball League of Serbia.[1] In the Play Out playing six teams it turns out that the last team. After the regular season it turns the bottom team and one team in Play Out. Play Off is played from 10. March 2013. to 6. April 2013, Play Out is played from 5. - 30. March 2013. Champion for this season is Partizan.

Team information[edit]

Team City Arena Capacity
Beočin Beočin SPC Beočin 1,000
Crvena zvezda Belgrade Basket city Hall 1,600
Jagodina 2001 Jagodina JASSA Sports Center 2,600
Partizan Galenika Belgrade Belgrade Sport Palace 5,000
Radivoj Korać Belgrade Sport EKO Hall 1,000
Radnički Kragujevac Kragujevac Hall Gordana Goca Bogojević 600
Srbobran Srbobran SC Srbobran 500
Stara Pazova Stara Pazova Sport Palace Stara Pazova 300
Student Niš Niš Dušan Radović School Hall 1,000
Šabac Šabac Šabac High School Hall 500
Šumadija Kragujevac Kragujevac Hall Gordana Goca Bogojević 600
Čelarevo Čelarevo SD Čelarevo 400
Vojvodina Novi Sad SPC Vojvodina 1,030
Vrbas Vrbas CFK Vrbas 2,500
Vršac Vršac Millennium Center 5,000
Voždovac Belgrade SC Šumice 2,000
Teams from Adriatic League

Regular season[edit]

The League of the season was played with 11 teams and play a dual circuit system, each with each one game at home and away. The four best teams at the end of the regular season were placed in the Play Off. The regular season began on 6 October 2012 and it will end on 17 February 2013.

Place Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
1. Crvena zvezda 20 19 1 1666 1264 +402 39 Play Off
2. Jagodina 2001 20 15 5 1544 1395 +149 35
3. Radnički Kragujevac 20 13 7 1239 1207 +32 33
4. Šabac 20 11 9 1245 1255 -10 31
5. Srbobran 20 10 10 1317 1324 -7 30 Play Out
6. Šumadija Kragujevac 20 10 10 1415 1312 +103 30
7. Vrbas 20 10 10 1376 1416 -40 30
8. Student Niš 20 9 11 1233 1299 -66 29
9. Stara Pazova 20 9 11 1277 1302 -25 29
10. Beočin 20 4 16 1206 1395 -189 24
11. Čelarevo 20 0 20 1200 1549 -349 20 Relegation
Qualified for Play Off
Played in Play Out
Relegated to Second League

Play Off[edit]

Play Off is played according to the cup system. Champion is received after the final was played. The final was played on 3 wins, while in other parts the Play Off at 2 victory. Play Off is played from 10. March 2013. to 6. April 2013.


Quarter Finals Semifinals Finals
                 
Partizan Galenika 2
Šabac 0
Partizan Galenika 2
Crvena zvezda 0
Vršac 0
Crvena zvezda 2
Partizan Galenika 3
Radivoj Korać 0
Radivoj Korać 2
Radnički Kragujevac 0
Radivoj Korać 2
Vojvodina 0
Vojvodina 2
Jagodina 2001 0


Play Out[edit]

In play out all the clubs play against each other, and the worst ranked team in play out is relegation of the league. Play Out is played from 5. - 30. March 2013.

Place Team Pld W L PF PA Diff Pts
9. Šumadija Kragujevac 15 11 4 1047 908 +139 26
10. Vrbas 15 9 6 1029 1021 +8 24
11. Stara Pazova 15 9 6 1008 973 +35 24
12. Srbobran 15 9 6 959 950 +9 24
13. Student Niš 15 7 8 909 920 -11 22
14. Beočin 15 0 15 794 974 -180 15
Relegated to Second League

Awards[edit]

1st Team

2nd Team

Honorable Mention

References[edit]

  1. ^ Voždovac who played in the Adriatic League has resigned from all competitions and declared bankruptcy, and its place in the playoffs ranked team that took fourth place after the end of regular season.

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